【YouTube】Mazda CX 60 PHEV 2023-Exterior Interior Drive


Mazda CX 60 PHEV 2023-the CX-60 is its top-of-the-range SUV, sitting above the CX-5 and, being a little bigger overall, claims to be roomier, too. And it continues to go against the grain. Soon it’ll be offered with a new generation of straight-six engines, a 3.0-litre e-Skyactiv X petrol and 3.3-litre Skyactiv-D diesel, both with rear-wheel drive – in an SUV? Right now it’s available as a 2.5-litre four-cylinder PHEV with all-wheel drive. This is Mazda’s first plug-in, so there’s something novel about it, and, on paper, it makes an impression. The petrol engine and the 175hp electric motor combine to make 327hp and 369lb ft, which makes this the most powerful production car in Mazda’s history. Despite the CX-60 weighing in at 2,146kg (including driver), it’ll hit 0-62mph in 5.8 seconds.
Mazda CX 60 PHEV 2023
all CX-60s come with a head-up display, keyless entry, a powered tailgate, heated front seats and blind spot monitoring. The Homura shores that up with extras like 20-inch wheels, ventilated front seats, heated outer rear seats and a 12-speaker Bose stereo. That’s proper high-end luxury caboodle. Oh, and I forgot to mention that it has electric front seats and a powered steering column as well, but you don’t have to press the buttons to adjust those yourself. The CX-60 has a party piece. Simply tell it your height and it’ll adjust the seat and steering wheel for you. And when it’s done, you can program the seating position along with other preferences, like the head-up display, sound system and climate control settings, and using facial recognition it’ll adjust them all back to how you like them if someone else has been using the car. Again, all without pressing a button.
Mazda CX 60 PHEV 2023

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